The New Hive

Author: xax
Version: 1.0d
Last Updated: 2020-02-05 22:12:43

Review by Noyb
Version reviewed: 1.0 on 2020-01-13 22:14:50

Call me crazy, but I see these kinds of games and play with them as survival, not as someone looking for ways to get in trouble.  I made five or six greenhouse panels but never saw any suggestion of how to do anything with them and the game doesn't seem to register the worn wires; I had seventeen of them and two shredded tires but couldn't make a new tire.  I also had absolutely no idea what I was doing until I looked at the walkthrough tab here, but I'd probably have stumbled on a glimmering eventually as I sought out materials to make a ballustrade.

Review by Moxblog
Version reviewed: 1.0 on 2020-01-13 00:59:44

I decided to try the game since I'm a fan of hive stuff and I didn't need to download anything, even though I'm not a fan of M/M. It ended up being pretty intense. The game really emphasizes the monstrous side of monsters and some of it was a bit disturbing to me. The NPCs are described as 'grotesque', and there's a lot of slime, drool, warts, crust, and that kind of stuff. If you are ok with that kind of content. there seems to be a lot here for you. The descriptions are long and well written for what they are. Otherwise, stay away.

Review by Dracilla
Version reviewed: 1.0 on 2020-01-12 09:51:51

M/M stuff is pretty rare, Male pregnancy stuff even more so - the writing is pretty good, descriptive and interesting but the context sometimes got too nasty even for my taste (chunky jizz, prolapse everything) but if that turns your crank this is probably perfect for you. The naming sense though (both species and individuals) was too garrish, it reminded me of going feet first into Guild Wars 2 with out any context or lore to turn to and made the initial impression pretty confuzing as they are tossed at you as if you (the player) are as familiar with the world as the character your playing.

Review by SilverS
Version reviewed: 1.0 on 2020-01-11 20:12:00

An incredibly deep game with a surprising amount of scene variations based on your other prior decisions. I've been following it for a while (the entire two years in fact) and i'm so happy to see it in a finished state. Xax has always been at the top of my list as a developer when it comes to M/M game (and story) content. And this game fully lives up to my expectations in that regard.